I was watching yet another commercial for yet another beyond bloody violent video game, followed by a commercial for the MMA where two men were bludgeoning one another senseless and then of course a commercial filled with the NFL’S hardest, most brutal hits and a thought erupted in my mind, propelled like molten lava from my heart, a crystal clear shard of wisdom, stabbing my brain.
The shard of wisdom was this; what manner of beings finds entertainment in brutalizing and torturing one another just for fun?
No other species of which I know.
Not even great white sharks or salt water crocodiles (two of most ravenous and ferocious predators of all and supposedly beasts of far less intelligence) hunt and prey upon one another and certainly not for play, but man does, behaving like a spoiled, rotten little boys who have forsaken their Mother; just for the bribe of more and more new toys.
This is what our much vaunted intelligence has given us the ability to manifest?
It is time we awoke, looked in the mirror and saw ourselves, as the barbaric sociopathic species we are..
It is time this madness of man-made of war and institutionalized fear ended; replaced again by the universal wisdom of the Mother, the life bearer, who gives only nurture and LOVE.
It is time the little boys the so called men, take off the short pants, put away their toys and become fathers once again, whose soul desire is to LOVE, protect and provide for the Mother and child.
Let us through away your things of hate and destruction, they only prove your vast insecurity, born of the knowing that you are not unique; in fact you are rendering yourself not only not special, but insignificant.
We celebrate and have become the things our nightmares are made of, the absurdity of it would be comical, if only it were not vileness made real.
“The Roots of Violence: Wealth without work, Pleasure without conscience, Knowledge without character, Commerce without morality, Science without humanity, Worship without sacrifice, Politics without principles.” (Young India, 22 October 1925)” ~ Mahatma Gandhi
“I object to violence because when it appears to do good, the good is only temporary; the evil it does is permanent.” ` Mahatma Gandhi, The Essential Gandhi: An Anthology of His Writings on His Life, Work, and Ideas